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Chief Technology Officer, The Boeing Company; Senior Vice President, Boeing Engineering, Test & Technology
Dr. Greg Hyslop is the chief technology officer of The Boeing Company and senior vice president of Boeing Engineering, Test & Technology. Hyslop oversees Boeing’s technology vision, strategy and investment, and leads Boeing’s Engineering function of more than 56,000 engineers worldwide. His organization is an incubator for businesses that will define the future of urban, regional and global mobility, as well as those aimed at near-term opportunities. Hyslop reports to Boeing Chairman, President and CEO Dennis Muilenburg and is a member of the company’s Executive Council.
During his Boeing career, Hyslop has held a variety of roles of increasing responsibility, including leading Boeing Research & Technology and Boeing Strategic Missile & Defense Systems, and numerous program management positions. He joined the McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Company, now part of Boeing, in 1982 as a guidance and control engineer.
Hyslop is a member of the Aeronautics Committee of the NASA Advisory Council. He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) and is a member of the Board of Trustees of the AIAA Foundation. He serves on the Advisory Board of the University of Nebraska’s Engineering College and the Board of Trustees of the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago.
Hyslop has a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering and a Master of Science degree in mathematics from the University of Nebraska. He also has a Doctor of Science degree in systems science and mathematics from Washington University in St. Louis, where he served as an adjunct professor.
Executive Director–Advanced Projects, United Technologies Corp.
Jason Chua is the Executive Director of United Technologies Advanced Projects (UTAP), UTC’s skunkworks organization. In this role, Chua oversees projects focused on rapidly building ambitious product and service demonstrators. He is a veteran of multiple special projects teams and Silicon Valley startups, having most recently led a modular aircraft cabin demonstrator for Airbus. Prior to that, he served as head of consumer experience at Knit Health, ran design and research teams for advanced consumer hardware projects at Google and Motorola, and co-founded SparkTruck. Chua holds a bachelor of science degree in engineering–product design and a master of science degree in mechanical engineering from Stanford University, where he was also a lecturer at the d.school.
Executive Chair–AeroTech Americas 2019
Mark Kohler serves as Vice President of Advanced Aircraft Programs. In that role, he is responsible for the design, certification, and entry into service of the all-new Gulfstream G500 and Gulfstream G600. Under Kohler’s leadership, both the G500 and G600 exceeded their performance targets, delivering significant range above the company’s original projections. Similarly, Kohler led the Gulfstream G280 program from design to delivery, achieving significant improvements over the initially announced aircraft performance goals for range, balanced field length and weight―exceeding both company requirements and customer expectations. Since joining Gulfstream in 1992, Kohler has held key positions in GIV, GV, and G550 entry into service and lead the GV design build team during the development of the GV forward fuselage. Kohler was part of the G550 industry team when it earned the 2003 Robert J. Collier Trophy and was also on the teams that won Aviation Week Laureate Awards in 2009 and 2017.